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Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Reports


BACKGROUND: There are now clinically available automated MRI analysis software programs that compare brain volumes of patients to a normative sample and provide

OBJECTIVE: To address this gap in the literature, we examined Neuroreader

METHODS: lvPPA or aMCI patients who underwent MRI with Neuroreader

RESULTS: Cohen's Kappa coefficients were significant in 10 of the 28 computations (

CONCLUSION: Overall, our results indicated moderate to low interrater reliability, and raters never agreed that left asymmetry was present. While lower


Logopenic variant PPA, magnetic resonance imaging, mild cognitive impairment, neuroreader



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